Opting for a more basic wireless setup? RouterBoard 411 GL has no serial port, but it is loaded with the most essential features for ease of use and convenient expansion later on. The device currently measures 10.5 by 10.5 cm and weighs 105g. It runs on RouterOS Level 4 license.
How much it costs doesn’t really matter. What does is the value you get out of it. Should the requirements for wireless signal lower than the others, you can invest on RouterBoard 411GL, one of the strategic but low-cost solutions available in the market. It comes with one miniPCI slot for easy expansion and another USB port for additional storage and for 3G connection.
1GB Ethernet Port
The RouterBoard 411GL includes 1GB Ethernet port for a more powerful throughput or higher-speed data receiving and sending. It allows you to take full advantage of the MIMO technology as well so you can share the wireless connection not only to devices but also across networks.
You can use the RouterBoard 411GL and make it an access point in order to widen the coverage of the wireless network or a P2P wireless link for a simpler network scheme.
The core processor of RouterBoard 411 GL is Atheros 7161 with 680MHz, which is recommended for routers, gateways, and access points for both home and enterprise. It includes two 1GB Ethernet Macs and 2.0 USB MAC so you can easily accept or run new multimedia applications. The connectivity is fast that you can do voice, data, and video comfortably.
MiktroTik RouterOS Level 4 The RouterBoard 411 GL runs on the L4 OS, which entitles users to free upgrades to version 6.x. It is already pre-installed and doesn’t come with any expiration date. It allows for multiple routing schemes through different tunnel support such as 200 PPPoE, 200 PPTP, and 200 OVPN. One can also create multiple VLAN interfaces and control the number of users, limiting the user manager sessions to 20 and active hotspot users to 200.